New York, NY (Sports Network) - Stephen Curry put on quite a show just a few
blocks away from Broadway, though the final ending wasn't exactly what the
Golden State Warriors' star hoped for.
Curry racked up a career-high 54 points in a dazzling individual display, but
the Warriors still wound up on the short end of a 109-105 decision against the
New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden.
The Knicks received a few tremendous performances of their own to prevail.
Carmelo Anthony scored 35 points, J.R. Smith put up 26 off the bench, and
Tyson Chandler pulled down a personal-best 28 rebounds while chipping in 16
Curry nearly offset the absence of teammate David Lee, handed down a one-game
suspension by the NBA for an on-court altercation with Indiana's Roy Hibbert
in Tuesday's 108-97 loss to the Pacers, by hitting on an astounding 11-of-13
shots from 3-point range, one shy of a league single-game record for that
category. He added seven assists and six rebounds on the evening.
Carl Landry and Jarrett Jack had 15 and 14 points, respectively, for the
Warriors, who had been on a three-game win streak prior to Tuesday's setback
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